The Crime At Black Dudley

The Crime At Black Dudley by Margery Allingham

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Murder turns a weekend house party at Black Dudley Manor into a deadly affair when the host is discovered brutally slain. Nor do gruesome rituals, callous interrogations, and perilous traps add to the fun. Fatal mystification might win the day, if Albert Campion were not there to sift through the motives and clues as with brilliant detection and his signature charm he penetrates the heart of the crime.

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Ellingham, Marjorie Allingham; English Allingham Louise Margery ) May 20, 1904 - June 30, 1966 Reprinted as Maxwell March ( Maxwell March ). British writer. Margery Allingham was born into a family with very deep literary roots - she belonged to the fourth generation of professional writers. She wrote her first novel Blackkerchief Dick (1923) at 17, and although it was warmly received by critics and readers, Allingham was in no hurry to tackle the next. For several years she worked for the magazine "The girl`s cinema" (owned by her aunt Maud), where she was engaged in the transformation of popular scripts into romantic stories.

After publishing several novels, Margery turned to a detective.

The first - "The White Cottage" (The White Cottage Mystery, 1928) was published in parts in the Daily Express, and was published as a separate book in 1928.

The next work, The Crime At Black Dudley (1929), appeared a serial character - amateur detective Albert Campion.

the hero of most of her novels.

Allingham worked in the classical style and was one of the most popular English writers in the 30s and 50s.

She co-wrote some of her novels with her husband, illustrator Philip Youngman Carter.

He also completed her latest novel.

The Margery Allingham Society was founded in England in 1988 ( The Margery Allingham ), holding annual conferences for fans of her work. Her novel More Work for the Undertaker (1948) is included in H.

Keating`s list - "Top 100 detective novels "by the" Mystery Writers of America.

" In 2001, Old Chorion acquired the rights to the literary works of Margery Allingham and now is engaged in the promotion of Allingham`s creativity, incl. and on TV.  Detective. Declaration of love , Wikipedia .  Bibliography Series Albert Campion 1929 - 1.

The Crime At Black Dudley (aka The Black Dudley Murder) - Black Dudley Crime; Black Dudley 1930 - 2.

Mystery Mile - Mysterious mile; Mysterious evidence; Mystery Mile 1931 - 3.

Look to the Lady (aka The Gyrth Chalice Mystery) - The Mystery Of The Chalice 1931 - 4.

Police at the Funeral - Funeral Police 1933 - 5.

Sweet Danger (aka The Fear Sign) 1934 - 6.

Death of a Ghost - Death of a Ghost 1936 - 7.

Flowers for the Judge - Flowers for the Judge 1937 - 8.

The Case of the Late Pig - The Case of the Dead Pig 1937 - 9.

Dancers in Mourning (aka Who Killed Chloe?) 1938 - 10.

The Fashion in Shrouds - Shroud 1941 - 11.

Traitor`s Purse - Traitor`s Purse 1945 - 12.

Coroner`s Pidgin (aka Pearls Before Swine) - Tongue Coroner 1948 - 13.

More Work for the Undertaker - Work for the Undertaker; Undertaker Wanted 1952 - 14.

The Tiger in the Smoke 1955 - 15.

The Beckoning Lady (aka The Estate of the Beckoning Lady) 1958 - 16.

Hide my Eyes (aka Tether`s End) - Hide me 1962 - 17.

The China Governess 1965 - 18.

The Mind Readers 1968 - 19.

A Cargo of Eagles 1937 - Mr. Campion and Others (aka Mr Campion, Criminologist) 1947 - The Casebook of Mr Campion 1959 - Crime and Mr Campion (omnibus) 1963 - The Mysterious Mr. Campion (omnibus) 1965 - Mr. Campion`s Lady (omnibus) 1967 - Mr. Campion`s Clowns (omnibus) 1969 - Mr. Campion`s Farthing (with Youngman Carter) - Campion`s Farthing 1971 - Mr. Campion`s Quarry (aka Mr.

Campion`s Falcon, with Youngman Carter) - Campion`s Quarry 1989 - The Return of Mr. Campion: Uncollected Stories 1992 - Mr Campion`s Lucky Day: And Other Stories Novels 1923 - Blackkerchief Dick - Dick - Black Shawl 1925 - Water in a Sieve 1928 - The White Cottage Mystery - White Cottage Mystery 1940 - Black Plumes - Death in the gallery; Black Feathers 1975 - Safer Than Love - Safer Than Love 1983 - The Patient at Peacocks Hall - The Patient at Peacocks Hall 1987 - The Oaken Heart Alias ​​ Maxwell March - Maxwell March: 1933 - Other Man`s Danger 1935 - Rogues `Holiday 1936 - The Shadow in the House Omnibus 1982 - The Margery Allingham Omnibus Collections 1936 - Ask a Policeman: Six Against the Yard (with Anthony Berkeley, Freeman Wills Crofts, Ronald Knox, Dorothy L.

Sayers, Russell Thorndike, George W.

Cornish) - Six Against Scotland Yard (Anthony Berkeley, Agatha Christie, Freeman Wills Crofts, Dorothy Lee Sayers, Ronald Knox, Russell Thorndike) 1939 - Detection Medley, edited by John Rhode (Cecil John Charles Street) 1946 - Wanted: Someone Innocent 1949 - Deadly Duo (aka Take Two at Bedtime) 1954 - No Love Lost 1969 - The Allingham Case-Book 1973 - The Allingham Minibus 1995 - The Darings of the Red Rose Non fiction 1998 - A Brief History of Witchcraft Anthologies containing st ories by Margery Allingham 1974 - Great British Short Stories 1983 - Fifty Famous Detectives of Fiction Short stories Borderline Case Evidence in Camera Books about Margery Allingham 1987 - Campion`s Career: A Study of the Novels of Margery Allingham by BA Pike 1989 - Ink in Her Blood: The Life and Crime Fiction of Margery Allingham by Richard Martin (2) 1991 - Margery Allingham: a Biography by Julia Thorogood. 2003 - Margery Allingham, 100 Years of a Great Mystery Writer by Marianne van Hoeven (ed).

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Margery Allingham (var. Ellingham, Marjorie Allingham; English Allingham Louise Margery ) May 20, 1904 - June 30, 1966 Reprinted as Maxwell March ( Maxwell March ). British writer. Margery Allingham was born into a family with very deep literary roots - she belonged to the fourth generation of professional writers. She wrote her first novel Blackkerchief Dick (1923) at 17, and although it was warmly received by critics and readers, Allingham was in no hurry to tackle the next. For several years she worked for the magazine "The girl`s cinema" (owned by her aunt Maud), where she was engaged in the transformation of popular scripts into romantic stories. After publishing several novels, Margery turned to a detective. The first - "The White Cottage" (The White Cottage Mystery, 1928) was published in parts in the Daily Express, and was published as a separate book in 1928. The next work, The Crime At Black Dudley (1929), appeared a serial character - amateur detective Albert Campion. the hero of most of her novels. Allingham worked in the classical style and was one of the most popular English writers in the 30s and 50s. She co-wrote some of her novels with her husband, illustrator Philip Youngman Carter. He also completed her latest novel. The Margery Allingham Society was founded in England in 1988 ( The Margery Allingham ), holding annual conferences for fans of her work. Her novel More Work for the Undertaker (1948) is included in H. Keating`s list - "Top 100 detective novels "by the" Mystery Writers of America. " In 2001, Old Chorion acquired the rights to the literary works of Margery Allingham and now is engaged in the promotion of Allingham`s creativity, incl. and on TV.  Detective. Declaration of love , Wikipedia .  Bibliography Series Albert Campion 1929 - 1. The Crime At Black Dudley (aka The Black Dudley Murder) - Black Dudley Crime; Black Dudley 1930 - 2. Mystery Mile - Mysterious mile; Mysterious evidence; Mystery Mile 1931 - 3. Look to the Lady (aka The Gyrth Chalice Mystery) - The Mystery Of The Chalice 1931 - 4. Police at the Funeral - Funeral Police 1933 - 5. Sweet Danger (aka The Fear Sign) 1934 - 6. Death of a Ghost - Death of a Ghost 1936 - 7. Flowers for the Judge - Flowers for the Judge 1937 - 8. The Case of the Late Pig - The Case of the Dead Pig 1937 - 9. Dancers in Mourning (aka Who Killed Chloe?) 1938 - 10. The Fashion in Shrouds - Shroud 1941 - 11. Traitor`s Purse - Traitor`s Purse 1945 - 12. Coroner`s Pidgin (aka Pearls Before Swine) - Tongue Coroner 1948 - 13. More Work for the Undertaker - Work for the Undertaker; Undertaker Wanted 1952 - 14. The Tiger in the Smoke 1955 - 15. The Beckoning Lady (aka The Estate of the Beckoning Lady) 1958 - 16. Hide my Eyes (aka Tether`s End) - Hide me 1962 - 17. The China Governess 1965 - 18. The Mind Readers 1968 - 19. A Cargo of Eagles 1937 - Mr. Campion and Others (aka Mr Campion, Criminologist) 1947 - The Casebook of Mr Campion 1959 - Crime and Mr Campion (omnibus) 1963 - The Mysterious Mr. Campion (omnibus) 1965 - Mr. Campion`s Lady (omnibus) 1967 - Mr. Campion`s Clowns (omnibus) 1969 - Mr. Campion`s Farthing (with Youngman Carter) - Campion`s Farthing 1971 - Mr. Campion`s Quarry (aka Mr. Campion`s Falcon, with Youngman Carter) - Campion`s Quarry 1989 - The Return of Mr. Campion: Uncollected Stories 1992 - Mr Campion`s Lucky Day: And Other Stories Novels 1923 - Blackkerchief Dick - Dick - Black Shawl 1925 - Water in a Sieve 1928 - The White Cottage Mystery - White Cottage Mystery 1940 - Black Plumes - Death in the gallery; Black Feathers 1975 - Safer Than Love - Safer Than Love 1983 - The Patient at Peacocks Hall - The Patient at Peacocks Hall 1987 - The Oaken Heart Alias ​​ Maxwell March - Maxwell March: 1933 - Other Man`s Danger 1935 - Rogues `Holiday 1936 - The Shadow in the House Omnibus 1982 - The Margery Allingham Omnibus Collections 1936 - Ask a Policeman: Six Against the Yard (with Anthony Berkeley, Freeman Wills Crofts, Ronald Knox, Dorothy L. Sayers, Russell Thorndike, George W. Cornish) - Six Against Scotland Yard (Anthony Berkeley, Agatha Christie, Freeman Wills Crofts, Dorothy Lee Sayers, Ronald Knox, Russell Thorndike) 1939 - Detection Medley, edited by John Rhode (Cecil John Charles Street) 1946 - Wanted: Someone Innocent 1949 - Deadly Duo (aka Take Two at Bedtime) 1954 - No Love Lost 1969 - The Allingham Case-Book 1973 - The Allingham Minibus 1995 - The Darings of the Red Rose Non fiction 1998 - A Brief History of Witchcraft Anthologies containing st ories by Margery Allingham 1974 - Great British Short Stories 1983 - Fifty Famous Detectives of Fiction Short stories Borderline Case Evidence in Camera Books about Margery Allingham 1987 - Campion`s Career: A Study of the Novels of Margery Allingham by BA Pike 1989 - Ink in Her Blood: The Life and Crime Fiction of Margery Allingham by Richard Martin (2) 1991 - Margery Allingham: a Biography by Julia Thorogood. 2003 - Margery Allingham, 100 Years of a Great Mystery Writer by Marianne van Hoeven (ed).